Falcons release official depth chart for Rams’ playoff game 


The Falcons released their depth chart for the NFC wildcard game against the Los Angeles, which is set for 8:15 p.m on Saturday at the Los Angeles Coliseum, on Tuesday.  

With Andy Levitre being placed on injured reserve, Ben Garland was elevated to the top spot at left guard.

Here’s the depth chart:

OFFENSE

WR 11 Julio Jones , 14 Justin Hardy, 19 Andre Roberts 

LT 70 Jake Matthews, 74 Ty Sambrailo 

LG 63 Ben Garland, 64 Sean Harlow 

C 51 Alex Mack, 63 Ben Garland 

RG 71 Wes Schweitzer, 75 Jamil Douglas 

RT 73 Ryan Schraeder ,68 Austin Pasztor 

TE 81 Austin Hooper, 80 Levine Toilolo, 85 Eric Saubert 

WR 12 Mohamed Sanu, 18 Taylor Gabriel, 17 Marvin Hall, 15 Nick Williams 

QB 2 Matt Ryan, 8 Matt Schaub 

RB 24 Devonta Freeman, 26 Tevin Coleman, 28 Terron Ward, 25 Terrence Magee 

FB 40 Derrick Coleman 

DEFENSE 

DE 50 Brooks Reed, 99 Adrian Clayborn, 98 Takk McKinley 

DT 92 Dontari Poe, 79 Ahtyba Rubin 

DT 97 Grady Jarrett 

DE 90 Derrick Shelby, 91 Courtney Upshaw 

LB 44 Vic Beasley Jr., 53 LaRoy Reynolds 

LB 45 Deion Jones, 56 Sean Weatherspoon 

LB 59 De’Vondre Campbell, 42 Duke Riley, 36 Kemal Ishmael 

CB 23 Robert Alford, 33 Blidi Wreh-Wilson 

CB 21 Desmond Trufant, 34 Brian Poole, 35 Leon McFadden 

S 37 Ricardo Allen, 27 Damontae Kazee 

S 22 Keanu Neal, 20 Sharrod Neasman 

SPECIALISTS 

K 3 Matt Bryant 

KO 5 Matt Bosher 

P 5 Matt Bosher 

KR 19 Andre Roberts, 14 Justin Hardy 

PR 19 Andre Roberts, 18 Taylor Gabriel 

LS 47 Josh Harris 

H 5 Matt Bosher


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